Biggest concerts on sale: December 15

Some of the world’s biggest artists across all musical genre’s have upcoming shows that you can snag tickets for now. Check out who’s coming to a city near you and find ticket information below.

Jennifer Lopez – J. Lo’s Las Vegas residency show All I Have will come to an end in 2018, with the show’s final string of dates going on sale today. The triple-threat talent will be a mainstay of the Axis at Planet Hollywood next year, with performances scheduled regularly from February through June. Lopez’s final leg of the residency consists of 14 shows that stretch from September 1-29. Now entering its third and final year, All I Have has been another huge success for Lopez, having made over $1 million in its first few months to become the highest-grossing show at Planet Hollywood. Tickets available here.
Kesha & Macklemore –  Fans of Kesha and Macklemore are in for a treat next summer when the duo heads out on their co-headlining Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore Tour. The two teamed earlier this year up for the single “Good Old Days” and released albums that each checked off substantial personal milestones (liberation from a lengthy legal battle for her, and full solo credit sans Ryan Lewis for him). 30 North American cities are scheduled for the tour that you won’t want to miss. Find your tickets here.
G-Eazy – Rapper G-Eazy is hitting the road in support of his new album The Beautiful & Damned, out today.  The 20-date Beautiful & Damned Tour will begin February 15 and extend a little over a month before wrapping up in New York on March 20. Cities on the itinerary include Los Angeles, Austin, Chicago and Toronto. Browse tickets here.
DaughtryAmerican Idol alum Chris Daughtry and his band took a supporting role on the road this year, joining Nickelback on their Feed the Machine tour. Now they’re taking center stage on their own 31-date headlining tour. The trek will run throughout March and April and bring the rockers to Milwaukee, Albany, Baltimore and Miami among other cities. Daughtry is also rumored to be working on a new album to follow 2013’s Baptized, so fans are likely to hear new music on the cross-country tour. Tickets available here.
Chris Daughtry entertains troops during USO Tour at Bagram Air Field
Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton – Rockers Steve Miller Band and Peter Frampton join forces for a 32-date North American tour beginning next spring. The fan-favorite artists begin the trek with a string of Canadian shows, hitting venues in Calgary, Winnipeg, Edmonton and more. Shortly after, Frampton and the Steve Miller Band will embark on their stretch of U.S. shows, which run June through August. Find tickets here.